For my version of Robin's card, I used the Thankful Heart leaf dies cut from pattern papers. I love the way the soft colors and patterns look together. Can you guess how I made my acorn? The top part I cut by hand and ran through my paper crimper, but the acorn itself is actually a Christmas ornament die! Ta-da!! Isn't it cute?!
The burlap paper strip behind the leaves and acorn give the card more of a natural look, and the twine in a color that matches one of the leaves "ties" it all together.
This is one of my favorite sentiments. This one is part of the Life is Good stamp set.
Remember to count your blessings daily. Sometimes it might be harder to see them when you're having a bad day, but they are always there. Thank you for coming by today, bloggy blessings! :)
My Creative Time, Rectangle frame dies
My Creative Time, A Thankful Heart, leaf dies
My Creative Time, Warm Holiday Fun, ornament die
My Creative Time, Life is Good stamp set
DCWV 6x6 Burlap paper pad
My Favorite Things, Whip Cream cardstock
Twine, button, paper crimper, glue gun, foam tape, chipboard, pattern paper scraps
Your card is BEAUTIFUL Miss Shar!!! GREAT JOB!ReplyDelete
OMG I love your card your acorn turned out so cute I didn't guess what you used but sure do love how you created it....thanks for the idea I have a paper crimper YAY Super fun ways you used Miss Emma's goodies. Love every little detail about your card and girl I so can see doing this on a LO !! YOU so ROCK!!ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous Shar!!!! LOVE the card LO!ReplyDelete
Beautiful job! I love the textures!ReplyDelete
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Shar ~ Oh I LOVE this card! Love the pop of blue and oh my the acorn ~ so CLEVER!! I am going to have to give this a try! Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete